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Title: A Morning Scene at Two Medicine Lake, Glacier National Park, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: A morning scene at Two Medicine Lake in Glacier. The lake is two miles long. Sinopah Mountain, altitude 8,271 feet, rises above the lake. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.3.817 
Title: St. Mary's Lake from Outlet, Glacier National Park, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: St. Mary's Lake from Outlet, altitude of 4,484 feet and is the second largest lake in Glacier. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.3.818 
Title: On the Trail to Iceberg Lake, Glacier National Park, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Iceberg Lake, with Iceberg Peak towering more than 3,000 feet above it, in Glacier National Park. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.3.819 
Title: Avalanche Falls, Glacier National Park, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Avalanche Falls, altitude 5,000 feet, in Glacier National Park. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.3.822 
Title: An Ocean of Ice, Blackfoot Glacier, Glacier National Park, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Blackfoot Glacier, the second largest glacier (out of 25) left in Glacier National Park. It was first documented in 1850 with Jackson Glacier but have now been separated by glacial melting. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.3.826 
Title: Mt. Jackson and Lake Louise, Glacier National Park, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Mount Jackson, altitude 10,052 feet, and Lake Louise in Glacier National Park. Mount Jackson is the fourth tallest mountain in Glacier. Glacier Park was established in 1910. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.3.829 
Title: A Pretty Summer Resort on Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Glacier National Park, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Log cabins in the woods next to Lake McDonald, the largest lake in Glacier National Park. The lake elevation is 3,153 feet and is on the west side of the Continental Divide. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.3.832 
Title: Chief Charlo and Family, Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana
Date: ca 1890s 
Location: Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Chief Charlo (1830-1910), Kalispel Chief, and family, standing in front of a group of tipis in their dress regalia. In 1891, he and his some of his people were forced to move to the Flathead Indian Reservation. The town of Charlo in Montana is named after him. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.3.835 
Title: A Very Fine Costume, Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Chief Joseph LaMoose (1846-1931) in his war paint. He was a Flathead Indian Chief, and was friends with Chief Moiese and Chief Charlo. He is dressed in dress regalia with a long feather headdress. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.3.836 
Title: 1500 Feet Under Butte, Visitors in a Mine Tunnel, Butte, Montana Territory
Date: 1890-1911 
Location: Butte, Montana Territory
Photographer: Forsyth, N.A.
Description: Visitors in a mine tunnel, 1500 feet under Butte, Montana Territory. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph.
Format: image/jpeg
Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x91.2.34 

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